Vital Energy Workshop: August 23/24, 2019

Akasha Training – Vital Energy Workshop

Body and Mind Instructions with Tulku Khyungdor Rinpoche

NEW DATE: August 23 & 24, 2019!

Tulku Khyungdor Rinpoche teaches the Akasha Training as an introduction to the original Buddhist practice path. The training has its foundations both in Taoism and Chinese Medicine, as well as in the original Tantric Buddhism (Vajrayana) and also includes holistic methods of Western medicine. The Akasha training serves a double purpose, it is helpful for many medical and general conditions of body and mind, and reveals also any capacity to train in this ancient Buddhist path.

Tulku Khyungdor Rinpoche uses special breathing techniques, meditation and physical exercises to show participants the basic connection between body, speech, mind and breath. The purpose of the individual exercises and meditations is to remember again the essence and nature of things and to return to the source of the breath, the origin.

Every Akasha Training Workshop has a specific focus. This Workshop will focus on exercises for the lower part of the spine (lumbar vertebrae) and the pelvic floor. Building-up energy in the center and bringing it into movement.

The Workshop will be in English or in German language according to the requirements of the participants.

Friday, August 23, 2019, 20:00 – 22:00 (8-10 pm)
Saturday, August 24, 2019, 19:00 – 22:00 (7-10 pm)

Akasha Academy, Stöberlstrasse 68
80686 München

Participation Fee: 95 EUR (reduction for students possible)

Registration: Online Registration
Or via Phone: 0179 2938952

Registration is binding, after payment is received on the following account.

Akasha Academy / IBAN: DE43 4306 0967 8227 1858 00
Please enter the subject “Akasha Workshop”

Cancellation: 30% of the fee will be kept.

Participating in our workshops is at your own risk. No liability is assumed for any injury, especially on persons, property or financial damage. The workshop is not a therapy nor medical treatment and cannot replace this. Any relevant chronic or acute illnesses (particularly spine-related) should be reported in advance.